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Newey fearful Red Bull could slip further back in 2016

Red Bull Racing chief technical officer Adrian Newey fears that the team could lose even more ground on rivals Mercedes and Ferrari over the course of the 2016 Formula 1 season. 265 more words

The irony of Red Bull's new Tag Heuer engine brand

The pain and the embarrassment McLaren have endured during this year, is all because Ron Dennis has a vision. The British entrepreneur believes that to win another Formula One title, his team must have a ‘works’ power unit arrangement if they are to cease being ‘also rans’. 940 more words

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Russian to safety

The Sochi Autodrom plays host to the Russian Grand Prix and is one of Hermann Tilke’s circuit designs that we’re all accustomed with. The new circuit was introduced in 2014 and was compared to other dull tracks like the Valencia street circuit and the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi because the venue, despite being located within the Winter Olympic village, lacks character. 817 more words

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#racingdriverswanted - 56 gamers arrive in Abu Dhabi for 2015 Nismo Playstation GT Academy European race camp

– Stunning Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi is dream setting to make racing dreams come true
– Adrian Newey OBE, Red Bull Racing Chief Technical Officer, joins Race Camp as head judge… 773 more words

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F1: if Red Bull and Pirelli leave F1, what do they do next?

Pirelli appear to have joined Red Bull and their stablemate, Toro Rosso in actively considering their future in Formula 1. MotorSportNotes examines an intriguing – if unlikely – scenario where all could come together with spectacular results. 978 more words

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Ex-Mika Hakkinen British Grand Prix winning McLaren takes to Silverstone track once more

The 2001 British Grand Prix winning McLaren of double former World Formula One Champion Mika Häkkinen has taken to the track once again. The Mercedes-Benz powered McLaren MP4-16A was the car with which the McLaren team competed in the 2001 Formula 214 more words